Published at: 2012-01-01 12:00 | Author: Robert McLean
Bratislava may see prices grow less quickly this year, but the prospects for developers of quality space still appear positive. GTC hasn’t even begun construction yet on its New Koliba scheme, but it’s already marketing the project’s second phase.

In March, developer GTC will start marketing the second phase of its housing project Vinohradis, having already managed to sell 70 percent of the 170 flats planned for the project’s first phase. It’s a sign of the strength of Bratislava’s housing market that the company has been able to do so without ev...

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